The timing of the move would not be a shock, with the club having the global break to allow the new manager to settle in before returning to Premier League play with a match against Watford on November 19.
Bilic headed into the match looking for a much-needed win in order to ease the pressure on his shoulders, however his troops were blown away by the rampant Reds, meaning he's now in severe danger of becoming the Premier League's fourth managerial casualty of the season.
Liverpool put the game beyond the Hammers in the 75th minute after Salah was picked out by Mane.
Liverpool cut through West Ham like a knife through butter!
That approach was typified by Liverpool's first goal.
Klopp revealed how Liverpool had hardly practised the 4-4-2 formation that they deployed against West Ham. It was simply woeful defending and summed up yet another miserable night for West Ham at the London Stadium.
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Noble again looked short of Premier League quality in a display that featured a hopeless dive, a mistake for Liverpool's second goal and more running or pointing than orchestrating.
"We will never know how it would have been if we don't score the first one, I think it was kind of an open game up until then".
West Ham got back into the game 10 minutes after the break.
"I watched him a lot at Chelsea, and it didn't really take off for him when he was a Chelsea player", he said on BT Sport. A deep cross from the right found Lanzini, who brilliantly shrugged off Joe Gomez, brought the ball down on his chest and lifted the ball into the net off the far post, a genuinely excellent finish boasting both strength and skill.
Liverpool's two-goal lead was restored as Oxlade-Chamberlain squeezed a shot past Hart, after the keeper kept out his initial effort.